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BIS-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, November 15,1986
York County Form Women G'm %000
BY JOYCE BUPP
York County Correspondent
YORK - York County’s 35 ac
tive Farm Women societies met
Nov. 6 for their annual convention,
continuing their commitment to
the community with the presen
tation of $3,000 to a trio of county
Contributions in the amount of
$l,OOO each were presented to the
York Hospital Auxiliary,
Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, and
the York County Cancer Society.
Presentation of these funds was
the culmination of a year of fund
raising through a drawing for
hand-crafted needlework items,
including a cross-stitched, floral
More than 250 Farm Women and
guests attended the day-long
jeers junty Society imen are, .
Rishel, second vice president; Ruth Santiago, president; and rear, Elaine Kroft,
secretary; newly-elected treasurer Trudy Reichard, and vice president Susan Lehman.
business meeting and program,
held at Wisehaven Hall. In keeping
with the theme of “Our children
and grandchildren,” the afternoon
program featured York Central
High School’s musical show
chorus, “Celebration,” and
pediatrician Dr. Kenneth Heaps.
“We need to give kids a
beautiful, safe, bountiful world and
the opportunity to be wjiat they
want to be,” the children’s
Dr. Heaps lamented the lack of
communication between children
and parents, citing recent study
statistics which show that the
average set of American parents
actually talks with their children
less than 15 minutes per week.
Stronger home lives, re
establishment of the extended
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and the expansion of youth support
groups can all contribute to a more
stable environment for children.
He urged parents and grand
parents to demand quality from
schools, but acknowledged that
young people must arrive there
with basic values instilled at home.
And, while Dr. Heaps praised the
benefits of organized sports and
related activities for teenagers, he
advised fewer formal activities for
younger children, who need more
time to “just be a child.”
Trudy Reichard, a member of
Group 18, was elected to the office
of county Farm Women treasurer.
Continuing through the second
year of their terms are president
Ruth Santiago, vice-president
Susan Lehman, second vice-
To Medical Organizations
president Carolyn Rishel, and county winners in the state project,
secretary Elaine Kroft. for creativity in using Penn-
York County Farm Women president Ruth Santiago, left,
presented $l,OOO contributions to Kristine Gross, president
of the York Hospital Auxiliary; Mary Gable, York Nurse of
Hope representing the York Cancer Society; and Mary
Krathen, president of the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.
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